NusaBay By WHM
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... into a French couple I'd got the boat over with and after chatting a while it seemed most people were going to an annual cock fighting event which was happening that day. I decided to give it a miss as it wasn't really my thing. Later that day Tim returned having been and after hearing about razors being strapped to their feet and blood everywhere I was glad not to have gone. I think Tim wished he hadn't after losing a fair bit of cash through gambling ...
... on the boat over and decided to meet up for a few drinks with them. Mark (or Adam as we called him for 3 days) was always up for a couple of quiets and met us there. He just made an assumption that I was a mean surfer and could play a tune on the guitar (obviously I
can do both). For a living Mark dresses up in a Gorilla suit and travelled around a lot for a charity based company who save Gorilla's, random but awesome. We met a ...
... 246;rt theoretisch auch zu Bali) schon besser. Den nächsten Tag starteten wir mit den besten Banana Pancakes, die wir auf der ganzen Reise zu essen bekamen. Danach ging es aufs Tauchboot und zur Manta Bay. Im Kanal zwischen Lembongan und Nusa Penida halten sich normalerweise Mantarochen auf und wir waren voller Hoffnung diese wie Raumschiffe ausschauenden Tiere zum ersten Mal zu sehen. Pech gehabt! Wir haben an dem Tag keine unter Wasser gefunden, sondern nur einen ...
... the views were spectacular. Lakes sat inside small valleys 4,000ft above sea level and rice terraces that cascaded down the mountainsides for miles and miles as far as the eye could see.
Munduk is a beautiful small sleepy local village and it was easy enough to find somewhere to stay for the night for just a few pounds. The views from the place we stayed at were beautiful, facing out across a massive valley of rice terraces with clouds sat below at the bottom. ...
... our time between beaches and Ubud, the leafier, more spiritual part of the island.
Before reaching this travellers' Mecca, though, we first had to fly out of Manila back to Kota Kinabalu, wait for six hours, then take a connecting flight.
Despite being a capital city's airport, Manila's is not particularly advanced. As you enter the departures section, you immediately have to put your hold luggage through a scanner, then join a huge queue ...